Pro Clean Restoration and Cleaning is the area’s most awarded service company. We take pride in cleaning up your water damage the right way. We Are The Company You Can Trust!
The Latest Certifications
Another great example of the necessity of being certified is in the area of water damage restoration. This industry is always developing new technology and not being certified and educated can cause poor workmanship, moldy structures, loss of money and time and extreme hardship to owners. Pro Clean has always been a leader in this industry because we are certified, educated and knowledgeable about the latest trends and equipment available in today’s market.
Guesswork Is For Amateurs
The science of drying is no longer guesswork. Measurements are taken to determine the amount of moisture in the air and the exact equipment needed to eliminate it. The use of extraction equipment, dehumidifiers, air movers and now, Thermal Energy Systems, and the proper amount and placement of this equipment is what sets the amateur and the certified professional apart. Proper monitoring and inspection of the effectiveness of the drying is very important in proper drying.
Pro Clean holds Continuing Education Classes at its state-of-the-art facility and demonstrates its equipment and know-how to the area’s leading insurance agents and adjusters. The class is taught by Jeff Bishop, who not only certified Pro Clean but who also wrote the IICRC S-500 standards for the water damage industry. In other words, if you have Pro Clean remediate your water loss claim, you will have a firm with the very best credentials doing the work.
No Job Is Too Big Or Too Small
We have dried out five story dormitories, 30,000 sq. ft. office buildings and countless homes. No job is too large or too small for our services. If you would like further information about the work we do, our references, buildings that we have dried out or any other information, please contact us at 850-FLOODED and we will send you our water damage information packet.
A Word Of Caution
Have a plumber install a shut-off valve for the water entering your home. We have seen too many times, when a family was away and a water line broke, water ran for days and destroyed the home. By having a shut-off installed, you can still water your lawn but save yourself from potential disaster. If you're away for even one day, shut off the water. Additionally, if your home is completely empty, your insurance policy is probably null and void.